PERU TREKS , is a New local company in Cusco-Peru, this company value the importance of revealing the true historic, cultural and spiritual legacy left by our ancestors. Peru Treks  serves as the perfect bridge between the visitor and the Andean world it an excellent business image as well as an unbounding passion for our Andean heritage.

Peru Treks is a local tour operator based in Cusco, the heart of the ancient Inca culture.

We are a specialist Inca Trail to Machu Picchu operator. We concentrate our efforts on operating just the Inca Trail, it could be the classic inca trail 4days and 3nights or the Imperial Inca Trail 5days and 4 nights and the short inca trail 2days and 1night. We don’t offer a lot of services just a few services like Urban tours and full days , but what we do offer we do it well and by giving our guides, cooks and porters consistent work all year round we are able to keep an experienced team together and therefore attract some of the best staff available, we can offer unbeatable prices with no compromise on quality.

Enjoy incredible places along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

This route through the Qhapac ñan is the only hike that allows travelers to observe hidden archaeological sites. In this walk you will be able to observe such incredible places as Machu Picchu. You will also enjoy incredible landscapes, an exuberant Andean flora as well as unique animal species in Peru.

Incredible Landscapes

The Inca Trail offers some of the most incredible landscapes to the Historic Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. From high Andean mountains that exceed 4 thousand meters in height to dense vegetation of the jungle of Cusco. In this natural and historical space you can see various types of plants, trees, flowers, butterflies, birds and even mammals. The best way to appreciate the landscapes and get to know its flora and fauna is through the Inca Trail hiking route.

Inca Sites

This beautiful hike first is ending in the same site of Machupicchu which is the seven wonder of the world. Along this beautiful route you will see many inca sites like, Patallaqta – Runkurakay – Sayacmarka – Phuyupatamarka – Intipata and Wiñayhuayna.

Once you get to each inca site your tour guide from PeruTreks is going to explain to you about those places and about the incas Culture.

Inca Trail

This beautiful hike to Machupicchu , Inca trail with 45 km, has been recovered by the authorities of the Ministry of Culture of Peru. This is how one of the best hiking routes in Cusco was created, which they called the ‘Inca Trail’.

The Inca Trail 4D/3N or 2D/1N  Along the way, you will see beautiful inca sites and the original inca trail.

Tours are in high demand so the purchase must be done online 6 or 7 months in advance.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is the final destination of the best hiking route in Peru: the Inca Trail. There, visitors can tour its most famous buildings such as the Intipunku, the Main Plaza, the Temple of the 3 Windows, the Intihuatana, the Sacred Rock, the Temple of the Sun and much more. Also, as an optional route, you can climd the Machupicchu or Huayna Picchu mountains. 

Get ready for your Inca Trail

This Treks has many questions for visitors planning to do this incredible hiking along the Inca trail. Find out how to do the walk, when is the best time to go, when is the worst time to go, what are its rules, its prohibitions and much more. Go ahead and take one of the best walks in the world!

Dry Season

From May to October the days are sunnier and with little chance of rain. For many visitors it is the best time to hike. Sunny days favor getting the best photos on the route. June, July and August are the driest months but with the coldest temperatures at night.

Rain Season

From November to March it usually rains more frequently. Some tourists are uncomfortable. Others enjoy the beautiful landscapes that the rain brings. The rains can cause slipping on the road so you must walk carefully. January, February and March are the rainiest months so the necessary precautions should be taken.

Closing in February

February is the rainiest month so the authorities decide to close the Inca Trail for safety and to carry out maintenance work on the route. During that month tourists can be encouraged to do other alternative hiking routes such as the Lares trek, Huchuy Qosqo trek or the Choquequirao trek.

Small Groups

Peru Treks is specialist in a small groups, the minimum is 2 people and the maximum 8 people, usually, when you will have a big group (10 - 20), you can not appreciate the beautiful landspaces or learn about our history from our guides or maybe you will need to run on the hikes or tours because some people are going to walk fast or slowly. Remember your hikes to Machu Picchu or any tours, "is not a competition". Our guide walks with you and you can enjoy your hikes and tours. On the hikes, there are many people and if you would like to introduce other people, our guide will help you.


The campsites for each night along the Inca Trail are Huayllabamba, Pacaymayo and Wiñayhuayna (or Phuyupatamarca). All are well equipped for tourists. The authorities have chosen these places for the security they offer. Tourism agencies include all the necessary comfort to spend the night.
About the last campsite Phuyupatamarka and Wiñayhuyana the different is the time to arrive to Machupicchu and depending how far in advance did you book your inca trail


The spaces for the Inca trail is only 500 spaces available per day, of which 200 correspond to tourists and the rest of the spaces to the support team: guides, cooks, and porters. Due to this, it is recommended to book in advance your inca trail tickets between 6 or 7 months in advance


During the Inca Trail it is forbidden to damage the Inca buildings. Tourists should not carry knives, fuel, drones, firearms, and more. Remember that damaging the heritage of the Incas is considered a serious crime by the Peruvian authorities. Let’s take care of the historic Inca Trail and preserve it for the future!


Being a trekking chef for the Inca Trail or any adventure towards Machu Picchu is not easy at all. A trekking chef needs to carry all the needed gear for every day’s meals, set up the kitchen tent and start the process to provide the best dishes you can imagine. All of the meals are cooked in a cooking pot and follow the most detailed protocols to make the food delicious and safe for be eaten. Our trekking chefs can cater to any dietary need or allergies without losing any of the flavor these meals will have. A great hot breakfast, a three course lunch and the afternoon tea with diner to make everyday a treat. Hiking is better when knowing that the best food is waiting for you! Our chefs can cater to any dietary need or allergy the client needs. From vegetarian to vegan meals can be done. Let us know if you can’t eat something due to allergies and our chefs will make it happen for you.

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Alternative Treks to Machupicchu

Probably the most famous trek in South America is the Inca Trail. But the permits sell out faster and faster every year. In order to ensure a spot on this most famous trek in Peru, you better think about booking 6 to 8 months in advance. Not a plan-ahead kind of person? Never fear! There are a lot of alternative treks to Machu Picchu.

The mountains around Cusco, Peru offer an unending supply of trekking adventures and amazing Inca trail alternatives that are sure to satisfy everyone – from the expert mountaineer to the weekend hiker, the history buff to the nature lover. The Peruvian Andes have something for everyone! At Peru Treks, we specialize in offering unique, alternative Machu Picchu treks. Here are some of our favourites!

Lares Treks

Immerse yourself fully in the rural Community with the quechuas people.

PERU  TREKS   is the only tour operator with its own unique trekking route, which TREKS COMPLETELY OFF THE BEATEN PATH with the LARES TREK TO MACHU PICCHU…


Vilcabamba Treks

The Vilcabamba trek to Machu Picchu is a hidden treasure that has yet to be heavily impacted by tourism. The trail is remote, very beautiful and super quiet. Trekkers get to pass through snow-capped mountains on a number of original and well-preserved Inca trails….


Salkantay Treks

The Tour 4 Day Salkantay Trek to Machu Picchu is the second popular routes compared to the nearby famous Inka Trail, the second option for most travelers seeking to arrive to Machu Picchu by foot. It has without a doubt the best scenery that the Andes has to offer…..